(1869 - 1950)
Edward Timothy Hurley was active/lived in Ohio. Edward Hurley is known for townscape and landscape painting, etching, pottery decoration.
A Cincinnati painter whose landscapes and etchings reflected the area
where he lived, he was also a decorator for Rookwood Pottery from 1896
to 1948. Many of his paintings were with pastel, and some were on
ceramic. A frequent subject was Mount Adams including its
landmark, the Church of the Immaculate Conception.
Rogers, Millard F Jr.; Denny Carter, Bruce Weber. The Golden Age: Cincinnati Painters of the Nineteenth Century Represented in the Cincinnati Art Museum